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Andy Jizba

FM2397: Model Development Specification: Communicating the Exchange of Reliable Models

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Describe a process for developing model development specifications for firm standards and for projects
  • Create the workflow for a project team to manage modeling and metadata using the model development specification
  • Identify how the model development specification process improves project team communication
  • Evoke changes in the internal processes of the individual stakeholders for the benefit of the whole project team

Description

Description

Mayo Clinic is currently engaged in a major expansion of its Phoenix, Arizona, campus, which involves multiple interdependent projects. To manage the design process, we used the model development specification (MDS) for the project, first mapping architectural and engineering standard milestones and critical project milestones to the AIA/BIMForum levels of development (LODs). The MDS process enabled the teams to use lean principles to identify specific systems for which design needed to be accelerated to accommodate the design and coordination schedule, minimizing the acceleration of all areas. This approach enabled the team to meet milestone dates without impacting design. The MDS process supported team member communication by identifying what was needed by each team member, when it was needed, and how it impacted the project schedule. The class concludes with a demonstration on the MDS documentation process and coordination tools involved.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Owners, architecture, engineering, and construction BIM managers, and project teams who are interested in understanding how to document and create a workflow for the models and metadata that can be relied upon by all project team members during a project's lifecycle

Speakers

Speakers

Andy Jizba

Andy is the Building Information Management Program Manager at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. As a member of the Facilities Planning and Design group at Mayo Clinic, Andy has led the effort for the creation and implementation of the BIM program for Mayo Clinic. With 18 years in the AECO industry, including 8 years of Architectural modeling experience, and holds a degree in Industrial Technology. Andy has led the implementation of CAFM and PM software for multiple owners, primarily in the healthcare field. His specialty is helping project teams find solutions to coordinate, exchange, and handover projects using the latest technologies. He has spoken at events for the California Society of Healthcare Engineers, Arizona State University, and the Central States Revit Workshop.

Abel Cornwell

Andy is the Building Information Management Program Manager at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. As a member of the Facilities Planning and Design group at Mayo Clinic, Andy has led the effort for the creation and implementation of the BIM program for Mayo Clinic. With 18 years in the AECO industry, including 8 years of Architectural modeling experience, and holds a degree in Industrial Technology. Andy has led the implementation of CAFM and PM software for multiple owners, primarily in the healthcare field. His specialty is helping project teams find solutions to coordinate, exchange, and handover projects using the latest technologies. He has spoken at events for the California Society of Healthcare Engineers, Arizona State University, and the Central States Revit Workshop.

David Paul Wilkinson

30 Plus years in various construction industry related employment from carpenter to vice presidentIndustry advocate including lobbying US Congress in support of critical construction issuesPart of start up team for National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCR)Founding member of Arizona Builders Alliance, largest construction industry association in southwest: created largest non-union trade training apprenticeship program in southwestPart of start up team for Vico SoftwareCurrently Solution Executive for Autodesk Consutling and part of the team developing the Model Development Specification (MDS) for the industryMy focus is, and always has been, on how to make the construction process better

Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • FM2397
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • BIM 360 Glue, Cloud Services

Industries

  • Architecture Services
  • Buildings

Topics

  • Building Owners and Operators